|Posted by Chad on October 12, 2012 at 8:35 AM|
When you lay down on that bench press, and push that barbell up...ask why.
When you stand in front of a mirror doing bicep curls...ask why.
When you sit in that inner/outer thigh machine...ask why.
When you do a jumping/kipping pull up...ask why.
When you jump onto a bench or step up onto anything...ask why.
When you are trying to get your hammies loose by bending forward...ask why.
When you are doing a kettlebell swing...ask why.
When you are doing a lunge...ask why.
When you are doing a hurdlers stretch...ask why.
These are some questions to ask yourself when doing your workout. Is there a reason? If so, why? Or better yet, why not? There is always a reason NOT to do an exercise as there is always a reason to do one. There should always be a goal for the workout. Even if it is just to move, literally. I decided the other day I didn't feel good enough to lift anything heavy, so I worked on some mobility drills I hadn't done in a while. Felt good!
Think about what you are doing...that's all I ask.